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Canadian business owners anxious over NAFTA renegotiations
Canadian business owners are hoping US negotiators in North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) will be receptive to maintaining, if not improving, the current flow of goods and workers across the border.
Canada fires drive thousands more out of their homes
Thousands of people fled their homes in western Canada over the weekend as strong winds fanned forest fires that have ravaged British Columbia Province for more than a week.
Canada PM rejects Trump’s protectionist policy
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has warned US governors against weakening the longstanding North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), which has been under scrutiny by the Trump administration.
Iranian photographer's work among the top in Canada festival
A photo taken by Iranian photographer Ali Suteh was selected as one of 25 tops for Tirgan Photo Contest 2017 in Toronto, Canada, said the head of Lahijan Youth Cinema Association.
Thousands flee wildfires in California; Canada blazes grow
Wildfires barreled across the baking landscape of the western U.S. and Canada, forcing thousands of residents to flee and destroying homes.
Iran raps Canada’s upholding of US court rulings
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman criticized a Canadian court’s recognition of the US courts’ rulings against the Islamic Republic, in absentia, saying the US move runs counter to international judicial norms.
Iran raps Canada’s recognition of US courts rulings
The Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman has criticized a Canadian court’s recognition of the US courts’ rulings against the Islamic Republic in absentia, saying the US move runs counter to the international judicial norms.
On rainy 150th birthday, nation celebrates the meaning of Canada
Canada's long-anticipated 150th birthday celebrations on Saturday were marked by heavy rains and some protests, though the downpour failed to dampen spirits of revelers who thronged in large numbers to enjoy musical performances and parades.
Canada a ‘poor performer’ in medication costs for common condition
Canada had the second-highest medication costs for common conditions such as high blood pressure and cholesterol in 2015 compared to nine other affluent countries with universal healthcare systems, suggested a new study calling for a national drug plan to lower prices.
Canada releases statement on outcome of Iranian election
Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland in a statement on Sat. following Iran’s presidential election welcomed Pres. Rouhani’s commitment to continue implementing the nuclear deal.
Iran, Canada firm on reestablishing diplomatic ties
Iran’s deputy FM Qashqavi said the Canadian government has voiced eagerness to reestablish ties with Iran and the Islamic Republic is also seeking to have dignified relations with the North American country.
Zarif: No procedures yet in place for Iranians’ voting in Canada
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Wednesday that necessary measures have not been made by Canadian officials to allow Iranian nationals residing in the North American country to cast their ballots in the forthcoming presidential elections.
Iranians in Canada can go to US for May 19 vote
Iran’s FM Zarif said Canada has refused to allow polling stations for Iranian expats wishing to vote for the upcoming presidential election on May 19, adding they can go to US instead to cast a ballot.
Canadian delegation in Tehran to thaw ties
Canadian government officials are in Tehran this week for the first time since the government of former prime minister Stephen Harper closed the Canadian Embassy here nearly five years ago.
Iran optimistic about running elections in Canada
Bahram Qasemi said Iran is hopeful of balloting Iranians residing in Canada for presidential elections although Tehran and Ottawa lack diplomatic relations.

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